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partnership in south florida with local law enforcement who had gone into schools talking about bullying, including cyber bullying and giving people concrete examples of things of situations they saw, it was remarkable. and that is why we will continue to do that work. so i hope today as we move forward you will understand that we are in this together with you at the department of justice. this is an all hands on deck enterprise. there is so much to do. i hope at the end of this day we will indeed all follow the lead of that student, walk out and say what are one or two things i'm going to do differently and better? how are we going to improve this situation? i hope if you take one and only one thing from melinda and my and ruslyn's remarks today, if you have an idea, please bring them to us. we want to learn from you. we are in this together and i want to say thank you because the most important thing we have is a recognition that you understand that this is indeed a national issue for us to deal with. i'm looking forward to the rest of the day, i appreciate your presence and i
. >> this was a tragedy. real people, with real families, doing real work. >> the sacrifices that law enforcement make and their families make. and every time i see one of those cars go by and i see an officer it really brings that home. >> reporter: sergeant butch baker and officer elizabeth butler always remembered here in the city of santa cruz. mike mibach, channel 2 news. >>> today in santa cruz and the hp pavilion there were a lot of tears but there were funny moments too. you see here poking fun at himself and even governor brown. >> governor, has anybody ever told you sir that you bare a striking resemblance to me? butch baker was the first person to point out the resemblance to him. we have a slide show from the procession, the badges of all the departments there and a performance by james durbin. it's all on right there on our home page. >>> san francisco police are investigating a shooting that happened late this afternoon. they say it happened just before 4:00 at bryant and main street. according to san francisco police, a passenger in a car was shot. the driver took off looking f
draped down at the entrance of hp pavilion. >> law enforcement came from ash the state to the memorial. laura anthony joins with us more on that. laura? >> people began lining up before the motorcade arrived here this morning. many of them were from law enforcement community well aware that they, too, put their lives on the line every day. thousands of police officers from as far as nork po nork and maryland converged on hp pavilion wearing black bands on badges. ones signal they've lost, in this case, two of their own. >> it's a brotherhood and a sister hood we understand how a tragedy like this can happen every day. >> among mourners howard jordan, remembering all too well a similar memorial almost exactly six years ago. >> we know what the santa cruz police department is going through. unfortunately we're probably one of the only agencies in the country facing similar circumstances. many knew the officers personally. in this case, the detective sargeant, butch baker. >> he was a good guy, always out to help someone if they needed help. it doesn't matter who you were, just there to h
of livermore. no incidences for the nimitz. >> in world news. osama bin laden's son-in- law, who is also known as an al qaeda spokesman, has been captured and brought to the united states. today he will appear in court on federal conspiracy charges. ed payne has the story. osama bin laden's son-in- law has been captured and is in the united states. sulaiman abu ghaith is being held in new york -- he is expected to appear in court friday to face federal charges. u-s congressman spokesman says abu ghaith was captured within the past week in jordan the treasury department describes abu ghaith as "the official spokesman of al qaeda" since the nine- eleven attacks. some say they should be using a guantanamo bay facility. to gather information, some people want justice. >> there has been no justice for the families. these people take politics with the trials of these men. >> north korea is keeping up the rhetoric. they now say they're canceling a hotline and a nonaggression pact with rival south korea. north korea's arm for dealing with cross-border affairs with seoul, says it will r
, this is highway 17, the main corridor between santa cruz and the south bay. we saw law enforcement from the santa cruz area along with many other mourners head back over the hill about an hour and a half ago. the patrol cars had their lights on, but the highway was not shut down like it was during today's procession. the service for the two fallen police officers, lauren "butch" baker and elizabeth butler ended at about 3:00 p.m. law enforcement who showed up from across the continent lined up to pay their final respects. we saw officers from as far away as canada. the royal canadian mountain police were there along with numerous other agencies. reno and las vegas police to name a few more. all of those officers are now headed to their respective cities. tens of thousands heading home after the emotional service. to give you some idea of the number of law enforcement who attended, the procession into san jose today was two miles long. from highway 17, hundreds of emergency vehicles made their way into the south bay. they had free rein of the highways, as normal traffic was shut down. while hundre
in the line of duty. cal-train is offering free rides to sworn law enforcement representatives. the memorial service for the two murdered officers -- detective sergeant loran "butch" baker. and detective elizabeth butler-- is set to begin at noon tomorrow. this evening -- friends, family, and members of the community. gathered at santa cruz memorial cemetary chapel. to pay their respects during a public viewing displaying the coffins of the two santa cruz officers. the coffins were draped with american flags. and people in attendance wiped away tears and mourned the loss of the two officers kron4's grant lodes maps out tomorrow's funeral procession. again -- you can watch the service for the two santa cruz officers. live on kron 4's 24-7 bay area news channel -- comcast 193. and it will also be streaming live on our website coming up -- questions about safety are surfacing after a woman is fatally mauled at an california cat sanctuary. plus: hopes for a local super bowl -- very soon. as mayors from across the bay area. get together today at the new 49ers stadium. from beautyrest40
on the stated's megan's law website probably because his offenses were minor and about 25% of the state's sex offenders don't meet the qualifications to be listed online. >>> authorities are cross the buy are breathing a sigh of relief after a police assault rifle stolen in san francisco was found. police say their investigation into the stolen ar-15 similar to this led them to a home on 88th avenue in oakland last night. the gun was taken from a locked undercover san francisco police car on saturday night. >> it's a very big relief. since the incident took place, the police department is work nonstop to locate the weapon and also identify the persons responsible for the theft. >> oakland police say they detained several people at the home where the rifle was found but nobody was arrested. the gun thief could face felony theft charges. >>> experts are checking out how much damage was done to a sailboat stolen and beached near pacifica yesterday. the 82-foot "darling" was towed to richmond overnight and is now on dry land. the boat has a broken rudder
% from a year and a half ago when the governor's realignment law went into effect aimed at reducing the prison population. critics of realignment say sex offenders feel bolder because of reduced penalties for violating parole under realignment. and we have posted a link to the megan's law website and search to see if any registered sex offenders are living near you. look under hot topics on the home page. >>> caltranss ant the highway patrol had chain regulations enforced on highway 50 and 80 in the sierra. the storm has dropped a foot of new snow making drivers a challenge. the driver of this pickup truck ended up in a drift a mile from the station. the driver blames a patch of black ice for sending him off the road and the only thing damaged was his pride. >>> and we are tracking the conditions today. what are you seeing, bill? >> it has tapered off since over night at the -- with the big winds and rain in the mountains. things have tapered down. let's look at rainfall. pretty impressive if you look in the coastal hills but the rest of us a tenth of an inch. the santa cruz mountai
outcast at 0193 or on kron4 .com. possibly it expected an attendant our law enforcement agencies across the community barry. see me as i first come, first served basis. they will start shutting down roads are around the arena there aren't signs posted a and this road will close at 730. the motorcade and recession will arrive at the 930 and 10:00. >> this is one of those things where the doors are open until that seats are filled. >> yes. a lot of seating for the community. keep in mind, they move the year because of the people they think are going to showed up at a lot of the seeds are going to be taken by law enforcement. household, if you want a parking spot your best bet is to shop early. >> we will have our coverage and screaming on our web site @ kron4 .com. -- streaming. it begins at noon and will also carry on our 247 news channel, has 193 or digital 4.2. >> a man was stabbed during a fight in san francisco's a misunderstood and early this morning. police received a report of group of people fighting around to 20 this morning on mission street about one block from the 16th s
poll on our website >>> a new state law aimed at putting the free back in free education could come at a cost. because right now 99's not really clear where the money for much needed classroom materials is supposed to be coming from. len ramirez has more. >> reporter: it is causing a lot of confusion because the state budget doesn't cover everything the students want or what the teachers want to provide. >> students in san jose are completing their art project and using expensive art supplies that the district doesn't pay for. because of a new state law students cannot be charged a fee or be required to bring supplies trouble makers home. but the supplies have to come from somewhere says this art teacher. >> this year we only had $500 for the school year compared to other schools. yesterday i bought color pencils for my art 2 class. just on that i spent $85. >> which he charged to his personal credit card and hopes for reimbursement. >> i want to make sure we are giving the kids an equal chance. that's why i will dip into my pocket.
came to remember detectives baker and butler thousands of members of law enforcement from across the country and state. >> it's the kind of thing you don't know how much you need i it. i really feel like this whole community and this whole state and nation got our back. >>reporter: police chief from another city miller took a training class with detective sergeant baker. >> i remember when we did our class we had to have some video $18 went out and found the 3 stoonls joyed that we used during the class to kind of show people working together. >> oakland police arrived in a contingent with others from alameda county have been lost 4 of their own 4 years ago for oakland this was dopely permanent. >> everybody takes this job seriously and risk our lives every day. something like this happens it really hits home on personal level. start thinking about our own mortality. >> for those who live and work in santa cruz an experience that has been tremendously painful but also union finding. >> motorcade left the city the outpouring from the community is very touching. >> would i say
the request saying it wasn't appropriate under california law. the judge questioned lawyers ability to represent the actress in california. if convicted she can end up back in jail. >> we've seen a ton of hand and foot print ceremonies but have never seen a giant book print promoting the movie "jack the giant slayer". >> it's a change, isn't it? it's fun to be involved. >> it opens today. across the pond excitement is building at the preemer james franco dished why he want td play the wizard he is not perfect and makes mistakes. he gets to the land of oz everyone thinks he's a real wizard and he's not. >> still ahead this is deadline day for congress looks like spending cuts goring to go into affect both sides met today. >> plus a horrific scene in florida after a sink hole opened underneath a house. a man was pulled underground. >> and a >>> cuts commonly known as seek quest traigs are scheduled to go into effect at 9:00 p.m. our time. >> it was a last ditch effort nobody put much faith in. after meeting with leaders the president said today he can't force congress to reach a deal
to that. and it is about state leadership, not just looking at the civil rights laws for protection, but -- and it certainly is our job to vigorously enforce them -- but it is your job as superintendent to (inaudible) even where the federal civil rights laws don't protect you. so it's a case of taking what you are doing, what folks are doing across the country and putting those on places like stopbullying dwofl .org so we can scale those up around the country. >> recognizable face. >> (inaudible) and i'm also head of the san francisco commission on women and the lieutenant governor asked about data. actually we do have data on bullying in san francisco high schools, particularly bullying among lgbt girls. so for the first time this year we've incorporated data that kevin coggin and ilsa (inaudible) provided and their suicide rates are off the charts, lesbian girls in our district. it's actually from the cdy youth risk survey. i want to offer that as a resource to folks in this room and encourage you in this pursuit of data. >> thank you. >> my question centers around the point o
. they talk about these gun laws and everything. but it's a guy wants a gun he's going to get one, someplace. >> the blog posted two new photos of detective butler and baker. two beloved officers from that department. the viewing here will continue until 8:00. >> thank you, david. final arrangements in place for the the memorial service tomorrow. >> here is a look inside hp pavilion. it's expected to be filled. if you zront a way to get there, the santa cruz metro is offering bus vouchers for the ride over the hill if you need one go to abc 7 look under see it on tv. and cal train and amtrak offering free rides to law enforcement personnel. >> organizers released a list of dignitaries including governor brown, attorney harris, former defense secretary leon panetta and democratic congressman sam far. >> kaiser permanente arena will open at 10:00 in the morning. they'll be showing service there live as well the dell mar theater that opens at 11:00. parking at depot park will be free tomorrow z there is a link to public transportation and other lots in santa cruz on our web site. >> a
in spirit for generations to follow. >> law enforcement officers were joined with people from around the bay area and beyond who came to pay respects at hp pavilion. >> after the service there was a very sobering scene. a gauntlet as they called it, of uniformed police and firefighters lined the streets. as it went by, among those on hand officers from oakland. a city that knows whale a day like this is like. with a helicopter fly over, the caskets of the two police officers left the hp pavilion and traveled under a giant american flag. among a.long the way there was a succession of salutes who lined what is called the gunt let them came to reflect on what the community lost. >> two great people. two great friends. >> among those who came to remember detective butch baker and elizabeth butler, thousands of members of law enforcement. >> it's the kinld of thing you don't know how much you need it. i feel like this community and state has got our back. >> a police chief, paul miller took a training class with butch baker. >> i remember we had to have video and he went out and found three stoog
. intended for law enforcement or the military. introduced by mayor ed lee in the wake of the deadly shooting at sandy hook elementary school in newtown, connecticut. such ammo is rarely used in san francisco. involving such rounds was six years ago. >> because it's not used very much is not an indicator as to whether we should or should not ban it. what we need to be paying attention to is looking at all the tools we have afforded to us to preclude and prevent any types of violence whether it's of course affecting young people. >> state law already prohibits unreasonably dangerous ammunition including rounds designed to pierce body armor. in a 2007 city law bans the sale of ammunition. the suit was dismissed on the grounds the ban doesn't prevent people from buying ammo somewhere else. that case has also been appealed. violators face a misdemeanor or infraction and could face jail time or a $1,000 fine. the meeting gets underway at 2:00 this afternoon. they are expected to approve it. more at 5:00 tonight. ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, tara. >>> san francisco police have recovered a st
campaign finance law. in a complaint filed today, public citizen and several environmental groups said that donation is against federal campaign finance law. chevron has not commented on the complaint. >>> after the break, neighbors of oakland's mayor taking safety into their own hands. >> we hope she'll join in tomorrow if she wants. >> reporter: what they're doing and why they don't want to rely on the police. >> vacant for a decade. we will reveal the plans for this building. >> we're really excited about helping it flourish. >>> plus the perks of being a politician. details on a hawaii trip some lawmakers took but did not fully pay for. 97 ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] now's the time to save 5% off every day with your lowe's consumer credit card. >>> new at 6:00, public patrols may be coming to oakland mayor gene quan's neighborhood but not because she ordered them. ktvu's paul chamber is in the news now with the security concern that has her neighbors looking into this new option. paul-- >> reporter: frank people living in the oakland hills say enough is enough with burglaries in the
to the memorial for all members of law enforcement. there is a stop right acrossç the street from hp pavilion. our live coverage begins at 11:00 a.m. live here on awc 7 news and on abc 7 we'll be streaming it there for you. for more information another z.other details on how to watch the memorial service go to our web site. abc 7 click on see it on tv. >> a driver accused of slamming into a new york taxi and killing a young couple turned himself in to police. the 44-year-old surrendered in pennsylvania today. this is video from sunday morning's accident. police say he broadsided a taxi killing a couple. their baby delivered by c section but later died. he has a long criminal record, including murder, robbery and drunk drive oogt man accused of running over and killing a lowell high school student on saturday made a first court appearance today. the 29-year-old keeran brewer did not enter a plea but had bailu reduced to $300,000. police say he was dwrumpk a blood alcohol level above 09 when hitting the 17-year-old henry chang on slope boulevard. the teenager celebrated her b
. -- extinct in the wild. they hand raised him as cub, but they removed him from the house because law prohibits physical contact with lions after three months of age. >> we have seven and eight-year-old tigers that we still feed and walk on a leash and have contact with. >> reporter: carl mitchell runs a similar sanctuary outside september september las vegas, nevada where they allow it. they say it makes it more dangerous for the handlers. >> they are like your baby you bottle feed. they have the contact and then to take it away it is like putting them into a psychological prison. >> cat haven is a respected sanctuary, but he is not sure of his policy. his interns are taking years to understand the animals. they would working in kenya and last october she posted on her facebook page she was headed to california to work at the cat haven. the last inspections show no violations dating back to march 2010. dale anderson says he is trying to find out if intern and, woulders followed the protocol. alan wang, live in the newsroom, abc7 news. >> alan, thank you. >>> diane hanson's father pos
, state, and local law enforcement spanning now a surprising series of arrests. you saw it here first on abc7 news. our reporter has been in oakland all morning and amy, you have the latest? >> information is still coming in, kristen, but at this hour they have arrested 12 people. they went out looking for some of the most violent offenders in oakland, and these are people wanted for felony, some even for murder. police took this ak-47 out of an oakland home during an early morning raid involving 14 law enforcement agencies including u.s. marshals. >> it is one of the largest sweeps we have done with the help of our federal partners. it is probably the first time that i can recall where we have actually served multiple warrants simultaneously at different locations spokesmanning throughout the buy area. >> oakland police have been sugar landing the round up for six months with suspects waking up to grenades outside their home and a phone call and police announcing on a loudspeaker that the home was surrounded. many of their neighbors also heard the noise. >> it is a lost racket so usu
a garden. >> violence in oakland with federal, state, and local law enforcement spanning now a surprising series of arrests. you saw it here first on abc7 news. our reporter has been in oakland all morning and amy, you have the latest? >> information is still coming in, kristen, but at this hour they have arrested 12 people. they went out looking for some of the most violent offenders in oakland, and these are people wanted for felony, some even for murder. police took this ak-47 out of an oakland home during an early morning raid involving 14 law enforcement agencies including u.s. marshals. >> it is one of the largest sweeps we have done with the help of our federal partners. it is probably the first time that i can recall where we have actually served multiple warrants simultaneously at different locations spokesmanning throughout the buy area. >> oakland police have been sugar landing the round up for six months with suspects waking up to grenades outside their home and a phone call and police announcing on a loudspeaker that the home was surrounded. many of their neighbors also heard
morning raids. >> good evening. police officers and law enforcement officers from 14 other agencies served warrants in search of suspects and evidence they sthai may be connected to violent crimes throughout the city. oakland police with 14 other agencies, made their move before dawn targeting those think sea were planning violent acts within the community. officers served 20 in oakland there are key people we targ yitd for this operation. those people we went after, today. >> 12 suspects were arrested and multiple firearms recovered. police say they're searching for a half dozen more suspects believed to have committed or participated in numerous crimes. conspiracy to commit murder attempted murder. >> the deputy chief gave no details on that attack. the list of alleged crimes continues and names of the police say are responsible are family. this video provided by the police department. police say the two gangs are responsible foremost of the violent crime. police say one of three people arrested in the murder of ravi kumra is a member of money team. in all, more than 100 officers and age
was packed with law enforcement officials, state local and federal agents were all involved in this sweeping raid. the chief says the broad support will continue as they continue to push forward with their plan to make oakland a safer place for everyone. terisa estacio, kron 4 news >> pam: today's raids extended beyond just oakland. continuing our coverage, kron 4's charles clifford shows us that this was a bay area wide effort. >> reporter: this multi agency task force began serving search warrants. 24 in total at two oakland and a run the bay area. this was simultaneous with 16 arrests. this was an ongoing and but here is what we do know. there were 20 warrants serves and to search warrant to the east in antioch. also one in brentwood your and in pacifica. the oakland police department says that even of these are high risk warrants they did not have to use significant violence to gain suspects detained. charles clifford, kron 4. >> pam: this church pastor speaks out. >> every time you pick up a gun you were choosing death. we, as the community we do not want you to choose death. we love yo
it helped me in my life, it helped me with my total respect for law enforcement. >> i just feel so helpless that there is nothing to do. >> ultimately do you feel as though the viewing was beneficial for you? >> i do. i do. because we can't go to the san jose tomorrow and i'm really glad we got this opportunity. >> reporter: the viewing will continue until 8:00 p.m. tonight. coming up on the our 6:00 news, we'll hear from those involved in the memorial, including the police chief. ktvu channel 2 news. >>> tomorrow's memorial procession is set to begin at 8:45 in the morning at the 3rd street parking lot at boardwalk. it will go to ocean street and north over highway 17. from there the procession will continue north to highway 85 and then south to highway 87. it will exit at julian street in san jose and turn on autumn and take that to hp pavilion. drivers are being advised to expect rolling road closures along the procession route. >>> amtrak is offering law enforcement free travel to and from the service. the service is offered on capitol corridor trains. the san jose amtrak station is loc
anthony ash's law offense. >> we do criminal defense work. if we didn't believe in giving people second chances it would be difficult to do that type of work. >> ash says with verse now back in society and gainfully employed he has done his research on christman and feels he is not a threat. >> he is physically infirm. he has not offended since 1989, 25 years a quarter of a century ago and he did go through all of the training. >> reporter: christman has about 16-pages of conditions he has to adhere to to keep residence. gps monitoring random searches and frequent checkins with the sheriff's offense. still the district attorney filed the appeal that he hopes will cause the court to rethink the decision. he said that he wants the court to stay their decision to let him move in until the appeal has a chance to be heard. in bay point o, jonathan bloom, abc 7 news. >>> red light traffic cameras are on their way out in the city of hayward. the city council voted to remove the cameras at 8 intersections citing a lack of evidence that they reduce broad side accidents and police report an incre
restrictive abortion law will now go in effect, the arkansas law bans most abortions after 12 weeks of pregnancy. arkansas' democratic governor vetoed the law this week saying it contradicts the united states constitution but the arkansas republican house of representatives overrode the veto following the lead by the republican senate. the aclu is promising to fight it. >> from capitol hill, a 13 hour filibuster led by kentucky senator rand paul is over. paul ended the filibuster just before 10:00 our time last night trying to delay the expected confirmation of john brennan to lead the c.i.a. he is opposed to the support of the unmanned drone policy during his filibuster, the kentucky senator received some support from republican colleagues. and 2 that hours is a last talking in the morning. >> and we get to divide up the talking. >> and now, the showers today. >> it is important. people want to know if they are going to get wet and how the commute. be, and you can see a wall of water coming at us from the west. so, most of us this morning are going to get through our commute dry. a
, then more money and investment will not produce better results. we have to fix the laws and policies that govern how schools are run and whether or not we're putting kids interests before adults' interest, and only after we fix those laws and policies will then an additional investment result in better outcomes for kids. john: fixes it means competition. your group got laws passed in that direction lifting the charter cap in mieshz. bliewk to you. thank you, michelle rhee. >> thank you. john: one who says she has evil is joe del grosso. at the top of the show, he was in a meeting attacking charter schools and also doesn't like for-profit competition. >> market driven education belongs on wall street, not broad street. john: you got a lot of applause for that, joe, thank you for joining us. >> yes. john: bob bowdon, made a movie calmed "the cartel," saying you're a cartel like a conspiracy of people trying to keep prices up, competition out. >> no. you're wrong about that. why keep competition away? >> you said it on the clip saying if it's market driven, it's bad. >> no, i said that
that undercover officers have now been assigned to the area. osama bin laden's son in- law facing a judge on american soil today. the government describes sulaiman abu ghaith as a spokesperson for the terrorist network after the 9-11 attacks. now he is entitled to the same judicial process as the american citizens he is accused of conspiring to kill. elizabeth corridan brings us up-to-date on today's developments. >> reporter: osama bin laden's son-in-law, sulaiman abu ghaith, made a brief appearance friday in a federal court room in new york city. he entered a not guilty plea through his attorney. abu ghaith is charged with one count of conspiring to kill americans. in court documents, prosecutors allege the al qaeda spokesperson tried to recruit more terrorists and said about potential post 9-11 attacks on the u-s, quote, 'the storms will not stop, especially the airplane storms." abu ghaith - seen here with osama bin laden- was transferred to u.s. custody overseas on february 28th and arrived in the united states the following day. prosecutors say the suspect made a 22-page statement f
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on that tomorrow. more than 200 law enforcement vehicles will join that motorcade for the 33-mile journey to honor those fall en soldiers. i want to show you how it looks. begins at the boardwalk parking lot on third and beach streets in santa cruz. it will had head up third along the river to san lorenzo boulevard to highway 17. from there highway 85 to highway 87 exiting on julian and arriving at hp pavilion. now there will be rolling road closures along the route. the service begins at noon and you can also watch it in its entirety live here on nbc bay area. >>> the san jose city council is looking for ways to pay for road repairs and maintenance. the answer might be new taxes. nearly a quarter of san jose's streets are in poor condition. budget shortfalls cause roads to be less of a priority and the problem is only getting worse. the city's transportation director says roads across the entire city will only get worse if something isn't done. the seas is considering a few options including taxes and even a street repair bond measure. >> they made it to the 50 yard line with bay area power broke
on abc 7 news and abc 7 cal train offering free service to the memorial for members of law enforcement6z te city is offering four metro bus vouchers for those with no other way to the service. go to abc 7 for details. >> we are learning new details about the man who shot and killed those two police officers last week. deputies say jeremy goulet lost his coffee shop job, sold his motorcycle and told house mates he was moving out. police say the sargeant and detective went to golet's house to investigate a groping case. goulet opened fire on theme a lion mauled and killed an employee inside of a cage in a wild animal sanctuary. it happened in the big cat haven in dunlap. deputies put down the lion when they arrived. >> this is very rare. because of the safety requirements, animal employee interaction was limited other than a showcase situation this, is a situation where you have had someone too close to one. >> the facility houses several exotic species. >> bay area has had some much-needed rain. >> but the rain caused a tree to come down, taking down cable and phon
raised him as cub, but they removed him from the house because law prohibits physical contact with lions after three months of age. >> we have seven and eight-year-old tigers that willa still feed and walk on and leash and have contact with. >> reporter: carl mitchell runs a similar sanctuary outside september september las vegas, nevada where they allow it. they say it makes it more dangerous for the handlers. >> they are like your baby you bottle feed. they have the contact and then to take it away it is like putting them into a psychological prison. >> cat haven is a respected sanctuary, but he is not sure of his policy. his interns are taking years to understand the animals. they would working in kenya and last october she posted on her facebook page she was headed to california to work at the cat haven. the last inspections show no violations dating back to march 2010. dale anderson says he is trying to find out if intern and, woulders followed the protocol. alan wang, live in the newsroom, abc7 news. >> alan, thank you. >>> diane hanson's fathernt o posted a statement on his facebo
bay connection over the hill. >> reporter: the chief said there will be law enforcement from all over the state and across the country in attendance. there will be a helicopter fly over and a performance by an american idol singer after a request of the fallen officer's family. the former defense secretary, california attorney general and l coming today to pay their respects. again we don't really have a number of people who are going to show up but it's estimated maybe between 12 to 15,000 people will be here. coming back out here live, you are looking at a picture. we see a police car there, not sure if that's from the santa cruz police department or san jose police department but here for the preparations, for the memorial service in a few hours here. again many people expected to show up and that's bound to tie up traffic on all the highways. for that part of the story we go to sal. >> reporter: thank you. here is a map of the procession route from santa cruz to san jose. the 200 car motorcade will leave at about 8:45 though it could be a little later. that's around the time it'll
. >> we are learning more about how the united states caught the son-in-law of bin laden. the 47-year-old plead not guilty in a manhattan court yesterday to the charge of conspiracy to kill americans. he said little beyond a few one word replies. investigators say the united states had been tracking him even before 9/11 1. officials say they believe that he had been hiding in iran and turkey. he was being deported when authorities intercepted him in jordon last week and then brought him to the united states. >>> a man has pleaded not guilty to charges of trying to blow up an oakland bank with a car bomb. the 28-year-old is charged with attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction. the bomb was a fake provided by undercover agents. his lawyer said his client has mental illness but is still competent to stand trial. he is due back in court next movement. >> the driver accused of killing a student pleaded not guilty to manslaughter and dui charges. the 28-year-old appeared in court yesterday. he is a accused of hitting and killing a teen as she crossed the road. prosecutors say she di
-sex marriage calling on the supreme court to overturn the law he signed in 1996 that bars federal recognition of same-sex marriage. he now is saying that the defense of marriage act is incompatible with the constitution. he writes in a william -- "washington post" op-ed he signed the law because other legislation would have been worse. >> another bush family member is showing interest in the white house, and jeb one is saying he could be interested in a presidential run in 2016. the younger brother former president george bush and son of former president george h.w. bush. he has been promoting a book on immigration reform and urging republicans to expand their vote are base. >> a new report shows that 20,000 illegal immigrants headed to college are applying for financial aid under the dream act for the first time. the new law allows students to get help regardless of their immigration status. our media partner, the "san jose mercury news" reporters they expect to award $19.5 million in grants to the dream act students. here in the bay area, for example, san jose state has already given campus
. >> osama bin laden's son-in-law is said to be arraigned in new york city this morning. the prosecution says he praised the september 11th attacks and warned this would be more. abc7 news reporter is live in washington, dc. >> officials call this man a key player saying he is kind of like a part of the mob. he. now stand trial. >> another senior al qaeda terrorist has been nabbed, osama bin laden's son-in-law is in custody and will appear before a federal magistrate in new york. he faces charges including conspiracy to kill u.s. citizens. he held a key position of al qaeda spokesman. in this video, he celebrates the help help attack on the united states. according to officials, the c.i.a. has been tracking him for years as he moved from afghanistan to iran and then in january into turkey where he was arrested. when he left iranian territory and got in turkey where close monitoring by the u.s. government agencies, his daze were numbered. he was transferred to jordan where the united states picked him up last week. the attorney general hold are said that no amount of distance or time will weak
only get worse. jay and a bay area law -- >> and a bay area lawmaker resigns after spending your tax dollars on his addiction. >> and facebook is set to get a new look again. we'll show you what is changing this time. >> and then later on jimmy kimmle live. >> thanks. tonight on jimmy kimmle live, matthew fox, the guys from duck dynasty and guillermo shares his tequilla with the guys on the red carpet. it is a new meaning to the term " >>> rescuers say a giant sinkhole is too unstable to try to recover a man whose bedroom collapsed into it near tampa, florida. five other people escaped from the home unharmed after the sinkhole opened up last night. the victim is now presumed dead. his brother tried to save him. >> we heard a loud crash. i ran in there and heard somebody screaming, and it was my brother screaming. i ran in there and all i can see is this big hole, and all i could see was the top of his bed. >> as i told the family earlier the only thing that would be worse than what they are feeling now for their loss is to experience additional human loss. >> engineers are concerned
spendingester's cuts are signed into law. so now what? major garrett on how and whengarret americans might begin to feel the effects. >> the bedroom floor just collapsed and my brother-in-law is in there. m he's underneath the house. >> axelrod: that sinkhole inh the florida is spreading after apparently claiming the life of one homeowner.a now the whole neighborhood is under threat.s and playgrounds to remember.ds to terrell brown on how victims of one grand-scale tragedy will honor the victims of another. victi captioning sponsored by cbs sp this is the "cbs evening news." new >> axelrod: good evening. i'm jim axelrod.vening we begin tonight with a report report of a strike against al qaeda militants in north the army in chad says its soldiers have killed mokhtar belmokhtar.sold he's believed to be the. mastermind behind the attack onmind that gas plant in algeria this past january. 37 foreigners were killed in that raid, including three americans. kelly cobiella now reports from london. >> reporter: mokhtar belmokhtar was america's newest enemy. a today, the head of chad's armys sai
gatos will examine a temporary ban on guns. the law would only apply to new gun shopsle comes after many neighbors voiced concern over the opening of a gun shop. it was allowed to operate before is received hit federal permit. >>> a seven-year-old boy in maryland claims he was suspended from school for eating his pop tart into the shape of a gun. josh's teacher thought his create it nibbling was more destructive than artist stick, and she claimed he said bang, bang, after the chewed the pop tart into the shape of a gun. he says he didn't. >> i was trying to make a mountain, but it didn't look like a mountain. and it turn out to be a gun. >> i would call it insanity. look at all the potential issues that could be dealt with in school. real threats. bull wheres. whatever the issue is. and it's a pastry. >> ama: the school refused to comment on camera citing confidential issues. >> starting tomorrow parking meter fees are going up around at&t park in san francisco. meter hours are extend it 10:00 p.m. on game days the rate is $7 an hour. the first event will be the world baseball classic on
come and look under "see it on tv." caltrain and amtrak offer free trains to law enforcement personnel. kaiser permanente arena in santa cruz opens at 10:00. they will show the service live today. parking at depot park is free today. there is a link to public transportation and other parking lots in santa cruz on our website. we will carry the service live from the pavilion here on abc7 news. our coverage will start with our midday news at 11:00 and we will stream the service at >> investigators are trying to find out why a 24-year-old volunteer intern attack and killed by a lion was inside the big cat's enclosure while working yesterday at project survival cat haven sanctuary 45 miles east of fresno. this is video of the african lion. authorities arrived they found her severely injured, the founder of cat haven said they were unable to lure the lion away from the body. >> the lion was shot and killed. our thoughts and prayers go out to our friend and family and to her family at this time. >> this morning, it is said she died at the scene. they are trying to determine wha
to warn law enforcement representatives. a motorcade is scheduled to begin at 845 this morning for the santa cruz boardwalk and ocean avenue. the motorcade will travel to san jose where it is expected to arrive at the age people billion between 1030 and 11 this morning. a memorial service for the two murdere officers detective sgt :loran butch baker, and a detective elizabeth butler is being set to begin at noon today. you can see the american flag. today's memorial service will begin and noon at the h-p pavilion and san jose. it will be a mile long motorcade. it will be from santa cruz to san jose. it is scheduled to begin at 845 and ride in san jose between 1030 and 11. there will be rolling road closures impacting surface streets in santa cruz. highways 17, 85, and 87 along with road closures in san jose leading to h people billion. >> if any of the streets are part of your morning commute, you are advised to take an alternate route. we will bring you live coverage of today's memorial service. you could find it on for the lastest news and traffic comcast 193 digital channel
with a black ribbon honoring the fallen officers. agencies from all the surrounding areas will appear. >> law enforcement came by the thousand to san jose's hp pavilion to honor sergeants lauren baker and detective elizabeth butler who were killed during an ambush in santa cruz last week. one of the most heartbreaking moments of today's service was when the officer's family spoke. >> i whispered to her that i would take care of her boys. >> reporter: the sergeant left behind loved ones, partners and children. >> it shows how dangerous our jobs are and we are severely undermanned. we're always close, but at times like this, you really see what the law enforcement family is made of. >> in the city's history, four police officers have died in the line of duty. live in san jose, i'm cheryl herd, nbc bay area news. >> we mentioned leon pinetta. he said he may never understand what led jeremy to shoot the police officer. >> we do know that he had a history. a history of sexual violence both in and out of the military. and, for whatever reason people somehow always look the other way. >> strong wour
. the last cardinal arrived for meetings yesterday. >> the son-in-law of osama bin laden will appear on terrorist charges. this is after sulaiman abughaith was captured and moved to new york. they said he should be interrogated in guantanamo bay instead. he was a spokesman for al-qaida and appeared on channels after the september 11th attacks. >>> time now is 4:46. this is the magician who went missing last month. he was stabbed in his apartment which was searched weeks ago. they found stanley jacobson's body yesterday. many people went into his apartment after he went missing but nobody found him. >> this is something we have to piece back together because a person was suffering from the early stages of dementia. >>> friends called jacobson, the magician because he would perform magic tricks. >> they arrested his girlfriend. they will find out when jacobson was killed. >>> we are learning more about a fatal stabbing in san jose. the taffe there fluent valley neighborhood killing was not related. he was found in guadalupe pay park. and they don't have any suspects and hope to find ou
and local law enforcement level to do the work of conducting investigations and sur veil lapse, surveillance to gather the evidence we believe will be supported in a court of law to find these folks accountable. >> now officials say this marks a change when it comes to combating recent violence here in oakland and marks a better collaboration with other agencies and the police chief says expect more in the future. john sasaki will have more at 5:00 and 6:00. live ear in oakland, brian flores, ktvu channel 2news. >> a man pleaded not guilty to chargeless resulting from the death of a girl along slope boulevard last saturday. karen brewer is charged with vehicular manslaughter and two counts related to driving under the influence. the manslaughter charge alone could bring 10 years in prison. the bail is set at $300,000 and is scheduled to return to court in san francisco on march 27 fort th, for a pretrial hearing. >>> more details on the crash that killed that person. the board of supervisors approved funding to make the boulevard safer. the city will pay $130,000 for safety im
to end this early. >>> oakland police touted the joint efforts of local and federal law enforcements in a massive crime sweep today. john sasaki is live in oakland where city leaders say these efforts must be paired with gun control laws. >> reporter: oakland police have been hitting the most violent gangs in the city hard. today they targeted one specific gang. oakland police released this survey listens video of a recent armed robbery near lake merit they say was committed by members of a relatively new gang. >> they were responsible for a numerous robberies of similar motives to this. we want the public we showed to ask them if they recognize the face of those who were victims. probably the most violent young group of people i've seen in my 25 years. >> repoer: police also released video showing a huge operation they conducted this morning in which they served 24 search warrants and busted 18 known gang members. >> we found out fairly quickly these groups were coming up with different ways every day to commit crimes around the city. >> reporter: at a news conference today, melinda
with a dozen counts. including perjury, felony mis-use of public funds, and laws. the supervisor says, he will later this month. shirakawa released this statement today. saying- quote - "the charges relate to failure to file campaign finance reports. filing inaccurate reports and delayed repayment of credit card charges. although i have previously re-paid most of these credit card charges, and will repay the balance, the charges should never have been made."-- end quote. shirakawa blames depression and a gambling addiction. he developing right now. >> take a look these neighborhood break-ins. this is near a costco and halos home-improvement to.these cars were broken interview thi loewe's... and right over here on christina streak. febru, 19th. this happened right during the day. crime trucker for, kron 4. >> pam: more arrests made in the sonoma county triple murder.this is video of the scene back in february-- courtesy our helicopter partnership with a-b-c 7 news. sheriff officials say, the three men found gunned down near sebastopol. were victims of a drug deal gone connection with the d
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